I. Rapid Review: A demonstration of all eighteen staff techniques that are explained in detail on the DVD. This is the portion we use for our sample clip.
II. Staff vs. Stick Techniques: Explained in complete detail.
1.“Cudgel Rises from the Storm.”
(Staff Pressed Downward.)
2. “Cudgel Escapes Approaching Storm.”
(Sticks Clear Staff & Charge Forward.)
3. “Cudgel Sways on Crossing Storms.”
(Staff Lifted by Crosswedge of Sticks.)
III. Staff vs. Knives. Explained in complete detail.
4. “Cudgel Repels the Lances.”(Slide Down Staff and Cut.)
IV. Staff vs. Nunchaku: Explained in complete detail.
5. “Cudgel Controls the Spinning Flail.”
(Trap / Spin Side Kick. )
6. “Cudgel and Flail Yield to Dueling Branches.”
(Trap / Side Kick to Knee.)
7. “Cinching Cudgel Unthreads the Flail.”
(Staff Lifted Upward.)
V. Staff Being Grabbed: Explained in complete detail.
8.“Cudgel Seized at Inner Gate.” (Grab on Inside Line.)
9. “Cudgel Seized at Outer Gate.” (Grab on Outside Line.)
VI. Staff vs. Staff: Explained in complete detail.
10. “Cudgel Seeks the Void.”
(Any Attack Disengaging from the Center.)
11. “Shaking Cudgel Returns the Favor.”
(Track Down to Hit Hand.)
12. “Circling Cudgel Returns Home.”
(Press Lateral than Slash Opposite.)
13. “Cudgel Clears, then Spears.”
(Round to Head.)
14. “Cudgel Swings above the Branch.”
(Round to Leg.)
15. “Cudgel Falls to Earth then Returns to Heaven.”
(Back Cinch to Head.)
16. “Shielding Cudgel Soars to Clouds.”
(Back Twirl to Leg.)
17. “Cudgel Clears the Sky.”
(Overhead to Head.)
18. “Cudgel Prunes the Shrub.”
(Lift to Groin.)
VII. Bonus Features:
1. Journey to China: Tai Chi at Wu Dang Temple.
2. Journey to China: Shaking Mountain Stick.
3. Zach Haines & Rob McClung Staff Techniques from test.
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